History, Legacy, and Luxury

Back Bay offers quick access to some of the city’s best shopping and luxurious apartments, which are surrounded by ornate, historic buildings.


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Due to Back Bay’s prime location, this neighborhood is a center for transit and entertainment. Home to iconic Newbury Street and the first branch of the Boston Public Library, this historic area is closely associated with the brick facades of its famous Brownstone apartments. The Charles River runs alongside the Back Bay and offers plenty to do in all four seasons. Storrow Drive, a major road that connects Boston and Cambridge, is close by, offering easy access to the two cities and Greater Boston. While the prices in Back Bay might be higher than other areas in Boston, buyers and renters are paying for convenience.

Variety is the name of the game with housing in Back Bay. Whatever you're looking for, you can find it here.

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